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  1. #1
    garden-variety dick Guest

    Default Re: Bland pork?

    Hi. There is a vendor at my local Farmer's market that sells
    beautiful looking racks of back ribs at $2.99 per pound(Canada
    Bucks). I have purchased from these people before; pork chops, and
    loin roast, and pork butt roasts. All of their pork I have found to
    be very bland which is why I don't purchase from them anymore even
    though they are so cheap it's not funny. Any insight into why their
    pork is so bland? I'm wondering, it's from China? Their back ribs
    have so much meat on them, that it seems like a shame not to buy
    them. I've never seen back ribs this meaty. I'm worried about
    bland. I can season them up of course, but I like some of the natural
    pork flavour there. They have heaps of meat at 9:00 AM, and it sells
    out. Nothing better than fresh pork.

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    spamtrap1888 Guest

    Default Re: Bland pork?

    On Oct 22, 1:57*pm, garden-variety dick <x.smiling_ti...@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    > Hi. *There is a vendor at my local Farmer's market that sells
    > beautiful looking racks of back ribs at $2.99 per pound(Canada
    > Bucks). *I have purchased from these people before; pork chops, and
    > loin roast, and pork butt roasts. *All of their pork I have found to
    > be very bland which is why I don't purchase from them anymore even
    > though they are so cheap it's not funny. *Any insight into why their
    > pork is so bland? *I'm wondering, it's from China?


    Well, it's a farmer's market. Does the vendor look Chinese?

    Further, when I've gone shopping in Canada, the country of origin for
    fresh food has always been marked. Not true where you live?

    But pork is bland when the hogs' diet is bland. Try raising your own
    pig, on table scraps.

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    cybercat Guest

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    "spamtrap1888" <[email protected]> wrote

    >But pork is bland when the hogs' diet is bland. Try raising your own
    >pig, on table scraps.


    yeah, I imagine he'll get right on that.



  4. #4
    garden-variety dick Guest

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    On Oct 22, 6:53*pm, spamtrap1888 <spamtrap1...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Oct 22, 1:57*pm, garden-variety dick <x.smiling_ti...@yahoo.com>
    > wrote:
    >
    > > Hi. *There is a vendor at my local Farmer's market that sells
    > > beautiful looking racks of back ribs at $2.99 per pound(Canada
    > > Bucks). *I have purchased from these people before; pork chops, and
    > > loin roast, and pork butt roasts. *All of their pork I have found to
    > > be very bland which is why I don't purchase from them anymore even
    > > though they are so cheap it's not funny. *Any insight into why their
    > > pork is so bland? *I'm wondering, it's from China?

    >
    > Well, it's a farmer's market. Does the vendor look Chinese?
    >
    > Further, when I've gone shopping in Canada, the country of origin for
    > fresh food has always been marked. Not true where you live?
    >
    > But pork is bland when the hogs' diet is bland. Try raising your own
    > pig, on table scraps.


    The vendor is Polish. The country of origin is not marked because all
    the meat is not in a package.
    This fellow's pork is more bland than usual is what I'm saying.

  5. #5
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Bland pork?

    On Thu, 22 Oct 2009 13:57:04 -0700 (PDT), garden-variety dick wrote:

    > Hi. There is a vendor at my local Farmer's market that sells
    > beautiful looking racks of back ribs at $2.99 per pound(Canada
    > Bucks). I have purchased from these people before; pork chops, and
    > loin roast, and pork butt roasts. All of their pork I have found to
    > be very bland which is why I don't purchase from them anymore even
    > though they are so cheap it's not funny. Any insight into why their
    > pork is so bland? I'm wondering, it's from China? Their back ribs
    > have so much meat on them, that it seems like a shame not to buy
    > them. I've never seen back ribs this meaty. I'm worried about
    > bland. I can season them up of course, but I like some of the natural
    > pork flavour there. They have heaps of meat at 9:00 AM, and it sells
    > out. Nothing better than fresh pork.


    They grown them fast and big and with a generic commercial feed.
    That makes for bland swine.

    -sw

  6. #6
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Bland pork?

    On Fri, 23 Oct 2009 03:40:18 -0700 (PDT), garden-variety dick wrote:

    > The vendor is Polish. The country of origin is not marked because all
    > the meat is not in a package.
    > This fellow's pork is more bland than usual is what I'm saying.


    Tell him what you think and maybe after a few complaints he'll try
    and put out a better product.

    Worst thing that can happen is he goes on a murderous rampage
    throughout the market before taking his own life.

    -sw

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